"The Abomination of Desolation" Sounds pretty fierce, doesn't it? But what does it mean? What was Jesus talking about, and when would such desolation occur?
As mentioned in last week's sermon, theologians have argued for years as to what and when were all...read >>
In his first epistle, Peter exhorts us to 'pay close attention to prophecy', but if we were honest, I wonder how many of us really do? It can be a world of encouragement, if we comprehend what we're reading. But it does take some effort; sometimes, a lot of...read >>
Ever heard such good news that you just couldn't keep it to yourself?
In our passage last week, three of Jesus' closest disciples had an experience: they beheld the transfigured Christ in His pre-incarnate glory. Amazing!
But then came Jesus' next words:...read >>
As we would expect again this week, Matthew continues his mission of revealing to his biological, Jewish brethren that the Jesus they'd rejected to the Cross really was & is the long-awaited Promised Messiah.
Behind just a couple of short verses this morning...read >>
Does your Christian "walk" feel more like a desperate dash for hope & peace?
According to Christ, John the Baptist was the greatest man ever born of woman. And yet even John had his doubts and misunderstandings as Jesus' Kingdom was beginning to come...read >>
In His Sermon On The Mount, Jesus validated His Word, God's Word, teaching & explaining it to many who'd been confused by the Pharisees & Scribes.
Through His miracles of exorcism, healing, etc. Jesus validated His own authority as the long-awaited...read >>
Today we'll employ a mixture of song, Scripture, prayer & testimony in worship as we celebrate our Savior's birth.read >>
This sermon asks the question, Why is the ark of God's covenant in heaven portrayed as it is in Revelation 11.19
We will survey Old Testament passages touching on the creation of the ark of His covenant: Manna, Aaron's staff, the grumbling & rebellious chosen...read >>
Were you one of those who, after listening to last week's passage, were cut to the quick by Jesusâ€™ Words on the effects of divorce & remarriage? Adultery is a violation of God's 7th commandment. If youâ€™ve been divorced or are considering it, our...read >>
His ways are not our ways. Just ask yourself, "Would I have written the Script like He did? God becomes man to save man from God... spends the majority of His life in a small hick-town, then the last three years being despised & rejected, ultimately to...read >>
Matthew continues his mission today of proclaiming to his jewish brethren Jesus' right to the throne. However, there's already a king enthroned in Jerusalem, but he has no right to be there at all: Herod, the Edomite. When the star-following Magi appear from the...read >>
Polls continue to show a steady decline in the number of professing Christians who believe in the virgin birth of Jesus Christ. What about you? Is He Man, myth or legend?
Toward the end of His ministry, while being persecuted by Jewish leaders, Jesus asked the...read >>
Are you a parent? How well do you know your children?
If you're not a parent, how well do you know yourself?
Consider your character. Now multiply the impact of these traits out over the course of a few thousand years. What do you think? Scary or hopeful?
All the doctrine, theology, and fulfilled prophecy in the world can't change the heart. Only God can do that. So what's the Great Physician's scalpel of choice: the cross and resurrection.
Join us today as we celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord & Savior.read >>